TOP NEWS | Wednesday, 03 September 2008

Malta regulates adult gaming site
David Darmanin
Oceania P-Club Ltd and Oceania Clubhouse, Malta-registered subsidiaries of Hugh Hefner’s Playboy empire, have been granted by the Lotteries and Gaming Authority (LGA) in Malta a license to operate an adult gaming website, this newspaper has learnt.

Analysts sceptical of budget surplus by 2010
Charlot Zahra
Economists who spoke to Business Today this week said that they were not surprised by the latest budget deficit figures for July announced by the National Statistics Office (NSO) last Thursday.

Unions, employers preoccupied with inflation spike

Industrial producer prices up by 1.1 per cent in euro area

First global steps trigger interest in Asia and South America

ISTC partners up with Texas firm

Melita rebrands identity

Maltese Tax Law Discussed at the University of Cambridge

Emirates SkyCargo Keeps Cargo Cool

Alcatel-Lucent appoints new chairman and CEO

Alitalia ‘rescuer’ disagrees with Air France merge

As Euro drops, analysts not hopeful of lower interest rates

Mark Lamb - Storm in a teacup

SmartCity Malta reaches advanced planning stage

ABC stationers acquire Delsey brand representation


Cellcom to comply with rollout obligations - MCA

NSO statistics prove otherwise

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